TowsonGlobal — the business incubator at Towson University — has added two new associate members, including a growing enterprise software company, according to a report by the Baltimore Business Journal.
E-ISG Asset Intelligence LLC is a Baltimore-based company that designs asset management software to help companies prevent spending money on unnecessary equipment. The company — led by Wharton grad COO Jackie Luo, Founder and CTO Eric Beser, CSO Jeff Snyder and CFO Tom Heseltine— focuses on providing software for emergency, government, financial and healthcare sectors. It updates a smart blog on the industry a few times each month.
Launched five years ago, TowsonGlobal provides companies with mentoring and office space. According to the Baltimore Business Journal, “associate members of Towson Global receive support but no physical facilities. The incubator ended 2011 with eight companies in residence and seven associate members.”
Along with E-ISG, the incubator also announced that it has added Stone Action LLC which sells marble and granite products from Brazil to companies based in the mid-Atlantic.
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